Mark Wilson, the American Golfer has edged past the victory battling both high winds and strict competition from three other golfers at Humana Challenge. This victory marks the fifth title in PGA Tour for Wilson. His winning stance feature a 10-feet putt at the 18th hole finishing his final round 69 at the PGA West at La Quinta’s ending at 24 under par at California. The golfer from Illinois resumed his power packed form on Sunday with a play for the three holes finally at the third round.

Well, Wilson with his three-shot lead completely washed out as his fellows John Mallinger, Robert Garrigus, and Johnson Wagner took in the benefit of the low-scoring situation that hovered around the Palmer Private Course – the course utilized during the PGA Tour. Garrigus(68) guided the field until the time he slipped backward finishing along with the Sony Open victor of the last weekend Mallinger (66) and Wagnere (65). Wilson, following the win at the pro-am event later told the official website that he loved going back and forth with Robert.

The first win of Wilson from the days of Phoenix Open during February 2011 took his position to the second place during the early season of the standings of the FedEx Cup following Wagner. Mark Wilson also received a hefty sum of $1 million, as the winner’s check. Other golfer followed other positions at the rank at the PGA tour tournament with Wilson bagging his fifth title being in the news.

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